Outside The Lines
Participation Trophy?: 12/9/16
On today's OTL, from participation trophies to the Heisman: Is one coach's rant about participation trophies out of line? Then, the story of a Heisman winner in the wake of Pearl Harbor.
Love Is Strong: 12/8/16
Chris Singleton's mother was a victim in the church shooting in Charleston. The man charged is on trial for his life. Chris shares his message: Love is stronger than hate.
The Death Of Rashaan Salaam: 12/7/16
Today on OTL, we look back on the life of Rashaan Salaam. Also, we discuss the order for Joe Mixon's assault tape to be released and the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor.
Will Smith Shooting: 12/5/16
T.J. Quinn has a live report from jury selection in the Will Smith shooting case. Also, Johnny Manziel is a day away from the birthday his dad said he wouldn't live to see.
Suicide Survivor: 12/4/16
Former NFL QB Erik Kramer checked in to a hotel, pointed a gun under his chin and pulled the trigger. He miraculously survived. Also, the story of worshipping football.
The Rest Of The Story: 12/2/16
As we mark Jimmy V Week, the inspiring story behind the man and the missed half-court shot that went viral. Also, a preview of an OTL exclusive first television interview.
Cost of Doing Business: 12/1/16
OTL discusses the high price of hiring and firing College Football coaches. Plus, Isaiah Austin on his clearance to return to basketball activities.
Second Chances: 11/30/16
In light of Tyreke Hill's breakout game this past Sunday, OTL discusses second chances in the NFL. Also, we share an update on the Chapecoense soccer tragedy.
Eric Dickerson Protest: 11/29/16
He is arguably the greatest player in Rams team history. So why is Eric Dickerson refusing to attend games in Los Angeles? Also, Former Baylor AD Ian McCaw has a new job.
Kaepernick's Castro Comments: 11/28/16
Just a few days before former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro died, Colin Kaepernick made what some people felt were sympathetic comments about Castro. Plus, the story of Jose Abreu.
Outside The Lines: 11/27/16
OTL explores the dangers of distracted driving and the impact it had on the lives of two athletes. Then, the Warriors visit San Quentin prison for a game against the inmates.
Notre Dame Mess: 11/23/16
OTL explores the latest out of the Notre Dame academic fraud case and mourns the passing of baseball's Ralph Branca, who let up the famous "Shot Heard Round the World."
Vacancy : 11/22/16
The NCAA orders Notre Dame to vacate all wins from the 2012-13 football seasons and U.S. Soccer has a coaching vacancy as Jurgen Klinsmann is out. OTL discusses.
Charlie Strong's Future: 11/21/16
If Charlie Strong is fired, that would leave just 12 African-American head coaches at 128 FBS schools. Should the NCAA have a "Rooney Rule" like the NFL?
After The Fall : 11/20/16
An Outsides the Lines special report reveals the results of a year-long investigation into a fist-fight between two friends which ended with one dead.
NFL International Expansion: 11/18/16
Do more international NFL games bring about a lot of questions? Also, a creative show of unity from the Kent State men's basketball team.
We're Number 21: 11/17/16
P.J.Fleck joins Kate Fagan to discuss how he and Western Michigan are handling their No. 21 ranking despite being 10-0. Plus, Andy Katz talks with Todd Jadlow.
That's My Quarterback: 11/16/16
In an emotional press conference, Tony Romo pledged to support Dak Prescott after losing the QB job in Dallas. Also, Phil Jackson's controversial comments involving LeBron James. That and more on today's OTL.
NFL Marijuana Policy: 11/15/16
OTL explores if changes are coming to the NFL marijuana policy. Plus, why are Texas Southern basketball's first 16 games on the road, if not for the money?
Romo Wally Pipped?: 11/14/16
Tony Romo has been named Dak Prescott's backup. Has he been Wally Pipped? Then, Baylor says Art Briles failed to report a sexual assault allegation involving five players in 2012.
Todd Jadlow & Bob Knight: 11/13/16
Todd Jadlow's new book recounts his life as a member of the Hoosiers'1987 national championship team, including tales of Bob Knight's physical and emotional abuse.
Great Expectations: 11/11/16
2007's #1 NBA Draft pick Greg Oden calls himself the "biggest bust" in NBA history after an injury riddled career with the Trailblazers. Then, could hacking affect a grueling, three-week world championship?
Ezekiel's Impact: 11/10/16
Guests discuss Ezekiel Elliott and his impact on the Cowboys this season. Plus, the NFL is weighing options on how to keep viewers and Paula Lavigne is live from Baylor.
Ken Stabler's Daughter: 11/9/16
Ken Stabler's daughter discusses her family not being given her late father's Hall of Fame jacket or ring. Plus, some sports results you may have missed on Election Night.
Upon Further Review: 11/8/16
The NFL is reviewing the performance of the Monday Night Football officials for what it says were for "egregious mistakes." Plus, we continue the discussion on marijuana in the NFL.
Beaumont's Lost Season: 11/7/16
OTL explores the story of a youth football team paying the price for emulating Colin Kaepernick and provides an update on a show of support for Art Briles at Baylor.
Beaumont's Lost Season: 11/6/16
A Texas youth football team takes a knee, sparking a battle that ended the season. Plus, Devonta Freeman returns to his hometown to reflect on where he came from.
Suspending The Crimson: 11/4/16
Harvard's men's soccer season was canceled as a result of team members making lewd comments about members of the women's team. Then, does marijuana have a place in the NFL? That and more on today's OTL.
Cubs Win, Cubs Win!: 11/3/16
With the World Series victory, will the Cubs' image as the lovable loser be changed forever? Also, ALS, CTE and Kevin Turner's Death all on today's OTL.
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